Fibre to Fabric MCQ Questions for Class 6 Science Chapter 3 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 6 Science with Answers

Q1. Which is a natural fibre?

(i) Silk
(ii) Nylon
(iii) Rayon
(iv) All of these

(i) Silk

Q2. Rotting out of gummy spin of jute stem to separate fibres is:

(i) bobbins
(ii) bailing
(iii) retting
(iv) none of these

(iii) retting

Q3. Spinning can be done manually by

(i) charkhcz
(ii) handloom
(iii) gin
(iv) none of these

(i) charkhcz

Q4. The seed of cotton is called

(i) Bolus
(ii) Ginny
(iii) Binola
(iv) Silver

(iii) Binola

Q5. Separation of fibres of cotton from its seeds is known as

(i) weaving
(ii) spinning
(iii) knitting
(iv) ginning

(iv) ginning

Q6. A machine is used for weaving of fabrics is:

(i) loom
(ii) takli
(iii) charkha
(iv) none of these

(i) loom

Q7. Cotton fibres are separated from

(i) cotton balls
(ii) cotton boils
(iii) cotton bales
(iv) all of these

(ii) cotton boils

Q8. First man-made synthetic fibre is

(i) Cotton
(ii) Nylon
(iii) Rayon
(iv) Polyester

(ii) Nylon

Q9. Number of yams used to make fabric by weaving and knitting are

(i) two sets of yams in each case
(ii) single yam in each case
(iii) two sets of yams in weaving and single in knitting
(iv) single yam in weaving and two sets in knitting

(iii) two sets of yams in weaving and single in knitting

Q10. Some fibres made from chemical changes are called:

(i) synthetics fibres
(ii) natural fibres
(iii) silver
(iv) none of these

(i) synthetics fibres

Q11. Jute fibres are obtained from

(i) stem of jute plants
(ii) seeds of jute plants
(iii) fruit of jute plants
(iv) none of these

(i) stem of jute plants

Q12. Medium sized weaving machine run on power, used to produce cotton clothes on large scale is called

(i) Handloom
(ii) Weaving machine
(iii) Stitching machine
(iv) Power loom

(iv) Power loom

Q13. Which of the following is a plant fibre?

(i) Wool
(ii) Silk
(iii) Cotton
(iv) Nylon

(iii) Cotton

Q14. Patsun’ is cultivated during the season.

(i) winter
(ii) rainy
(iii) summer
(iv) none of these

(ii) rainy

Q15. Which of the following is a natural fibre?

(i) Silk
(ii) Nylon
(iii) Rayon
(iv) All of these

(i) Silk

Q16. The device popularized by Mahatma Gandhi is

(i) Bobbins
(ii) Tamale
(iii) Charkha
(iv) Reel

(iii) Charkha

Q17. The right time to cut jute plants is

(i) matured stage
(ii) before flowering stage
(iii) flowering stage
(iv) any time after flowering

(iii) flowering stage

Q18. Where is jute grown in India ?

(i) Bihar
(ii) Assam
(iii) West Bengal
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these

Q19. The material that is used to make clothes is called

(i) fabric
(ii) cotton
(iii) flax
(iv) wool

(i) fabric

Q20. Which of the following does not belong to the group formed by others?

(i) Wool
(ii) Polyester
(iii) Silk
(iv) Cotton

(ii) Polyester

Q21. What is the colour of jute fibres ?

(i) white
(ii) orange
(iii) pale yellow
(iv) black

(iii) pale yellow

Q22. The hair of which of the following animal is used for making woollen clothes?

(i) Alpaca
(ii) Dog
(iii) Cat
(iv) Rat

(i) Alpaca

Q23. Silk is obtained from silk worm which lives on

(i) Maple leaves
(ii) Mulberry leaves
(iii) Mango leaves
(iv) Banana leaves

(ii) Mulberry leaves

Q24. Name a simple device used for spinning ?

(i) charkha
(ii) handloom
(iii) knitting
(iv) takli

(iv) takli

Q25. Which of the following states cultivates cotton?

(i) Tamil Nadu
(ii) Bhopal
(iii) Bihar
(iv) Assam

(i) Tamil Nadu

Q26. Big reels on which yarn is wound is called

(i) Bobbins
(ii) Handloom
(iii) Moth
(iv) Needle

(i) Bobbins

Q27. Cotton was first produced in

(i) Egypt
(ii) India
(iii) Europe
(iv) China

(ii) India

Q28. Socks, sweaters and T-shirts are made of:

(i) spinning fabrics
(ii) knitted fabrics
(iii) weaving fabrics
(iv) none of these

(ii) knitted fabrics

Q29. Which fibre is used for making artificial fibres?

(i) Jute
(ii) Cotton
(iii) Polyester
(iv) Rayon

(ii) Cotton

Q30. The cleaning of wool fibres with the help of mild detergents and chemicals is called

(i) Shearing
(ii) Scouring
(iii) Ginning
(iv) Rearing

(ii) Scouring

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